Open Exhibits Rules

Registration for Vegetables, Canned Goods, Crafts & much more will be held at Camden Park on Monday  July 31 between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Rules for Registering, Judging & Award Schedule for Exhibits were as follows:

  • Exhibits must be registered Monday July 31, between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at Camden Park.
  • Exhibitors may enter only one item in each division for garden vegetables or farm crops, or one item in each class for home art exhibits.
  • Judging will take place Tuesday August 1 between 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (this is closed to the public and exhibitors)
  • All items in the garden vegetable and farm crops division must have been grown by the exhibitor on their farm or in the garden in Wayne County.
  • All items in the home art exhibits must have been made by the exhibitor from Wayne County between August 2016 and August 2017.
  • The exhibits must be removed Saturday August 5 after 8:00 p.m. Exhibitors must show claim ticket to enter Camden Park.

Awards
Best of Show – Rosette Ribbon $5.00
First Place – Blue Ribbon $3.00
Second Place – Red Ribbon $2.00
Third Place – White Ribbon $1.00

Note: Best of Show Exhibits MUST HAVE COMPETITION. All Open Class Exhibits that are to be shown only and not judged are welcome. “Shown only” exhibits are first come, first served, and as space allows. No pricing allowed on “Shown Only” exhibits.

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GARDEN VEGETABLES
*The number behind each vegetable denotes the number required for judging.

 Division I

  1. Acorn Squash (2)
  2. Beets (3)
  3. Bush Snap Beans (1 handful)
  4. Butternut squash (2)
  5. Cabbage (1 head)
  6. Cantaloupe (1)
  7. Carrots (5)
  8. Cucumbers (pickling 5)
  9. Cushaw (1)
  10. Eggplants (2)
  11. Garlic (3 bulbs)
  12. Summer squash (3)
  13. Other squash (3)
  14. Okra (5)
  15. Onions (3)
  16. Peppers, Bell (3)
  17. Peppers, Hot (3)
  18. Pepper, Sweet banana (3)
  19. Pole beans (1 handful)
  20. Potatoes (5)
  21. Pumpkin (1)
  22. Radishes (5)
  23. Sweet Corn (3 ears)
  24. Sweet Potatoes (3)
  25. Tomatoes (salad 5)
  26. Tomatoes (red 3)
  27. Tomatoes (yellow 3)
  28. Turnips (3)
  29. Watermelon (1)
  30. Zuchini (3)

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FARM CROPS

Division I – Corn

  1. Ten Ears, Yellow corn
  2. Ten Ears, White corn
  3. Ten Ears, Other field corn
  4. Ten Ears, Popcorn
  5. ½ Gallon Shelled Yellow Corn
  6. ½ Gallon Shelled White Corn
  7. 3 Stalks, Ensilage Corn
  8. 3 Stalks, Grain Corn

Division II – Hay

  1. ¼ Bale, Alfalfa Hay
  2. ¼ Bale, Alfalfa-Grass Hay (less than 50% alfalfa)
  3. ¼ Bale, Clover Hay

Division III – Honey & Sorghum

  1. 1 Quart, Strained Honey
  2. 1 Quart, Chunk Comb Honey
  3. 1 Quart, Sorghum

 

Division IV – Fruits

  1. Apples, Any Variety (5)
  2. Peaches, Any Variety (5)
  3. Pears, Any Variety (5)

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HOME ART EXHIBITS

Division I

Section A – Clothing & Sewing
Class A – Children’s Clothing
Class B – Ladies Clothing
Class C – Miscellaneous Articles

 Section B – Hobbies
Class A – Leather Work
Class B – Metal
Class C – Ceramics
Class D – Wood
Class E – Paintings

Class F – Jewelry

Class G – Drawing i.e. pencil, etc.

Class H – Basketry

Class I – Needlepoint
Class J – Candle Wicking
Class K – Counted Cross Stitch
Class L – Crewel
Class M – Smocking
Class N – Cut Work
Class O – Plastic Canvass

Class P – Felting

Class Q – Miscellaneous i.e. seasonal decorations, etc.

 

Section C – Dolls & Toys (Dressed)
Class A – Porcelain
Class B – Ceramic
Class C – Stuffed


Section D – Crochet
Class A – Afghans
Class B – Fashion Articles
Class C – Baby Items
Class D – Sweaters
Class E – Miscellaneous Doilies
Class F – Miscellaneous

 

Section E – Knitting
Class A – Afghans
Class B – Sweaters
Class C – Baby Articles
Class D – Miscellaneous Doilies
Class E – Miscellaneous

 

Section F – Rugs
Class A – Hooked
Class B – Latch
Class C – Woven
Class D – Crocheted

 

Section G – Machine Quilted Quilts

Class A – Machine Applique

Class B – Machine Pieced

Class C – Novelty i.e. stenciled, embroidered, miniature, tied, etc.

Class E – Baby or Lap

Class F – Technology based

Class G – Community Quilt

Class H – Wall Hanging

Class I – Hand Painted

Class J – Hand-Pieced

Class K – Hand-Applique

Class L – Miscellaneous

 

Section H – Hand Quilted Quilts

Class A – Hand-Applique

Class B – Hand-Pieced

Class C – Machine Pieced

Class D – Novelty i.e. stenciled, embroidered, miniature, tied, etc.

Class E – Baby or Lap

Class F – Technology based

Class G – Community Quilt

Class H – Wall Hanging

Class I – Hand Painted

Class J – Machine-Applique

Class K – Miscellaneous

 

Section I – Quilts Over 50 Years Old

Display Only

Class A – Machine Quilted Quilts

Class B – Hand Quilted Quilts

 

Section J – Quilts

Class A – Tied


Section K – Black & White Photography

Class A – Landscape

Class B – Portrait

Class C – Animals/Wildlife

Class D – People

Class E – Miscellaneous

 

Section L – Color Photography

Class A – Landscape

Class B – Portrait

Class C – Animals/Wildlife

Class D – People

Class E – Miscellaneous

 

Section M – Scrapbooks

Class A – Heritage Layout

Class B – Family Layout

Class C – Collage Layout

Class D – Miscellaneous Layout

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Division II – Canned Food
All canned goods must be correctly labeled as to the name, exhibit and contest. All entries must be homemade – NOT store-bought goods. Use regular canning jars.

Class A – Fruit (1 quart jar)
Class B – Green Beans
Class C – Corn
Class D – Tomatoes
Class E – All other Vegetables
Class F – Jelly (pt jar)
Class G – Preserves (pt. jar) sealed
Class H – Canned Meat (1 quart) sealed
Class I – Relish (pt. jar) sealed
Class J – Pickles (pt. jar) sealed
Class K – Salsa (pt. jar) sealed

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Division IV – Flowers

Section A – House Plants
Class A – Cacti & Succulents
Class B – Flowering Plants (except African Violets)
Class C – Foliage, Ivy, etc
Class D – African Violets
Class E – Dish Gardens

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Wayne County Fair volunteers will be help in registering your exhibits on July 31 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Each exhibit will be provided a tag which must be fastened to the exhibit and the perforated part is the claim ticket. The claim tickets must be presented SATURDAY August 5 at 8:00 p.m. to claim exhibits. Security at the Wayne County Fair will be provided by Camden Park. The Wayne County Fair or Camden Park are not responsible for loss or damages to exhibits.